Dr. Brenda Coley, superintendent of Russell County Schools, challenged Troy University graduates embrace life’s seasons, both good and bad, and to continue the journey that ultimately leads to purpose in life.
Speaking to more than 140 graduates from the Phenix City Campus and the Columbus/Fort Benning Site on Friday at the Columbus Convention and Trade…
Dr. Brenda Coley, superintendent of Russell County Schools, will deliver the keynote address to Troy University graduates on Friday, Jan. 27, during a joint fall commencement ceremony for the Phenix City Campus and the Columbus/Fort Benning Site.
The ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. (EST) at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center. More than…
Troy University and officials from Phenix City and Russell County dedicated a statue of the Phoenix on the banks of the Chattahoochee River on Wednesday as a gift from the University to the people of the Chattahoochee Valley.
The statue, which stands more than seven feet tall, was created by internationally renowned Chinese sculptor, Dr….
Registration for Troy University’s third annual TROY Water Resource Management and Economics Conference is under way.
The conference is Oct. 19-21 in Phenix City and national and regional water experts will focus on the critical current legal and planning issues in water resource management, and how it impacts the region. A part of the Sorrell…